Pretty pleased with that for a first attempt
I've done it in a large earthenware dish, and a foil lid. Think it's just a bit too wide so it's not guided the rise upwards but sideways
We're all the same height when lying down. I guess I could put the bread on its side, problem solved
I don't have a Crockpot, tin, Dutch oven, or currently any saucepans with lids - how can I contain the liquid mess that is my dough for baking? I'd love a loaf that isn't 3ft wide and an inch tall
What would the Tester Approved®️ grease be to provide a bit of extra water resistance, without resorting to wrapping in rubber?
I think my skills with electrical tape and inner tube will, at most, have made it more water resistant than waterproof
The gaping hole in the seatpost directly above a battery now being covered should help at least
They're not housed inside the frame with nowhere for water to go though. Last few times I've taken my seatpost out it's been pretty damp in there, and noticed this morning a little corrosion on the battery terminal bit. Anyway, all seems fine now, sealed up the hole and wrapped the connections in some inner tube to see if that stops it happening again
By putting a billion watts through it?
If it's any consolation, I broke the resistance adjuster on mine yesterday so it's stuck at maximum
Huh... So I left everything out in pieces last night, connected back up just now and everything works again.
Starting to think that it might be a moisture issue, as my battery is in the seatpost and the seatpost has a large hole at the top under the saddle. Mixture of bike washing and rain maybe caused a short?
Gonna be a long wait for a LBS to be open...
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